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Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, you will be able to use your skills learned in all of the Rock Climbing related courses.

You will be able to select climbs, read rock climbing guidebooks, belay a lead climber, assess anchors, follow a lead, “clean” traditional gear and have practiced basic rope rescue skills.

Course Details

Required Course Materials

Handouts (provided); personal items as per COLT Clothing and Equipment List

Course Duration

7 days (64 hours)

Homework Hours

1 hour

Delivery Methods

In-class instruction, In-field training

Teaching Methods

Hands-on training

Method(s) of Student Evaluation

Ongoing assessment by instructors

Completion Requirements


Climbing the Chief in Squamish gave me an overwhelming feeling of empowerment, but humbled me at the same time. (Climbing) mountains has been serving as my space for self-development ever since.
Effie Korpershoek, International COLT Student, Rock Climbing Instructor, Youth Counselor